Planning to visit Dollywood? Don’t forget to pack your appetite as we are about to list down the best restaurants in Dollywood in this Dollywood Vacation Guide.
When hunger strikes while you’re enjoying all the fun and excitement at Dollywood, you’ll be happy to know there are plenty of great places to eat! Whether you’re looking for a quick bite or a sit-down meal, there are plenty of delicious options.
Looking for the best places to eat while enjoying all that Dollywood has to offer? You’re in luck! This theme park is home to some of the best food in the Smoky Mountains.
From Southern cooking to classic American fare, there’s something for everyone at these top Dollywood restaurants.
What Food Is Dollywood Famous For?
Dollywood is not only known for its thrilling roller coasters, but it is also famous for its delicious cinnamon bread. This mouthwatering treat is served hot out of the oven and can be enjoyed with icing and/or homemade apple butter.
Every hour, Dollywood sells about 350 loaves of this delicious cinnamon bread – so it’s definitely worth trying when you visit the park!
Other popular food items at Dollywood include 25-Pound Apple Pie that you can only get at the Spotlight Bakery, Sampler Platter at Granny Ogle’s, and the Meatloaf at the Front Porch Cafe
So before you leave, make sure to grab a bite at one of Dollywood’s many restaurants!
Can You Take Food And Water Into Dollywood?
You are not allowed to bring food or drinks inside the park, with the exception of one unopened bottle of water per person.
If you’re going to eat outside or need to leave the park for any reason, be sure to get your hand stamped and hold on to your admission ticket. That way, you can come back later on in the day.
Dollywood provides complimentary cups of water at all park food outlets to help you stay hydrated, you only need to ask.
There are water fountains are located near many restrooms, or you can purchase bottled water at most food outlets.
Smoky Mountains 7-Day Itinerary
I understand how difficult it can be to plan a trip, especially if it’s your first time going. That’s why I created this 7-day itinerary for the Smoky Mountains. It outlines all of the best places to go in the area and comes with insider tips that will save you a lot of stress–trust me, they saved me when I was planning my own trip!
- Our 7-day itinerary takes you to the best places in the Smoky Mountains.
- You’ll get to see all the best sights and attractions with driving directions
- The itinerary is designed to show you the most scenic routes.
- Packing Checklist for every season.
- You’ll have everything you need to make the most of your trip.
- Insider Tips!
Here’s a quick overview of our Smoky Mountains 7-Day Itinerary.
- Day 1: Cades Cove Loop
- Day 2: Rich Mountain Road
- Day 3: Cataloochee Valley
- Day 4: Newfound Gap Road
- Day 5: Roaring Fork Motor Trail
- Day 6: Little River Road
- Day6: Foothills Parkway
Get This FREE Smoky Mountains Checklist!
Recommended Pigeon Forge Resources
- Smoky Mountains Vacation Guide
- Gatlinburg Vacation Guide
- Pigeon Forge Discount Tickets
- Great Smoky Mountains Family Vacations Facebook Group
MORE RELATED RESOURCES
Are you looking for places to stay near Dollywood? Then make sure to read our guide to the Best Pigeon Forge Family Resorts that are close to all the action. Make your vacation extra fun by trying out this Pigeon Forge Prowl Scavenger Hunt idea.
To keep the kids occupied while on the road, you can download this Great Smoky Mountains National park coloring page from PhotoJeepers.